Era of global wars – part 1: World War I, The Russian Revolution & The Interwar Years DirectionsEra of global wars – part 1: World War I, The Russian Revolution & The Interwar Years Directions
Directions: Read each section independently and answer the questions that follow. You will turn this in for classwork credit at the end of each class period. If you don’t finish the assigned section during class
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Jews in Mein Kampf, the references Hhitler madkes to the Jews in his speeches, particularly the January 1939 speech in which Hhitler spoke about "the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe" as well as his personality as a leader
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Interpretations of Nazi GermanyInterpretations of Nazi Germany
John Claydon charts a course across the complex minefield of Nazi historiography
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Ian Kershaw Sir Ian KershawIan Kershaw Sir Ian Kershaw
Fba (born 29 April 1943) is a British historian of 20th-century Germany whose work has chiefly focused on the period of the Third Reich
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Volume Two The National Socialist MovementVolume Two The National Socialist Movement
Thus the essential supports of what is called the Authority of the State were shattered. This authority nearly always depends on three elements, which are the essential foundations of all authority
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Xii the First Period of Development of the National Socialist German Workers' Party
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Hitler's aggressive foreign policy precipitated World War II in 1939. Although he had remarkable early success in the war, by 1942 the tide had turned
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In due course he was convicted and sentenced to prison; while there he wrote Mein Kampf (My Struggle), outlining his political ideas. Mein Kampf was not taken seriously at first
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Jews. Kristallnacht, known as the Night of Broken Glass, was an organized nationwide pogrom that took place in 1938. By this point
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History 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern EuropeHistory 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern Europe
Christendom split into hostile, warring camps. Despite the ideals of toleration and religious freedom championed by some thinkers
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Morality, War, and Slavery By Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (1949)Morality, War, and Slavery By Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (1949)
But history, a less-malleable medium than literature and culture, was constricted both by the immovable fact that the war had indeed taken place and by the related assumption that it was, in William H
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To what extent did the reparations clause of the Treaty of Versailles shape German politics in the post-wwi era?
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Genocide name: Schindler’s ListGenocide name: Schindler’s List
It is my hope that Schindler’s List will awaken and sustain an awareness of such evil and inspire this generation and future generations to seek an end to racial hatred
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World War II section 1: The Causes of World War IIWorld War II section 1: The Causes of World War II
War II began when Nazi Germany invaded Poland in September 1939 and the French and English declared war against Germany as a result of that invasion. But the war's beginnings came long before this invasion
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Xiii. Communism and NazismXiii. Communism and Nazism
Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary in 1916—then World War I as we know it would not have happened. Would we then still have seen Communism and Nazism play such a powerful and bloody role in the history of the twentieth century?
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